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Tucker: Democrats refuse to accept the verdict

Propaganda doesn’t always win. Today it was soundly defeated, thank God.

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Tucker gives us a look at the Rittenhouse trial outcome, and how the leftist media and politicians can’t stand that a child be allowed to defend himself against violent criminals.

Highlights include:

“Here’s how the story started, just so we all remember. 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse wound up on the street in Kenosha in the first place with a gun for one reason.”

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“He was there because in the summer of 2020, the leadership of the democratic party endorsed mob violence for political ends. That’s why there were riots in Kenosha that night, because people like Kamala Harris supported those riots.”

“More than a year later, as Rittenhouse stood trial for murder, those very same people implied there would be more violence if he was acquitted.”

“Imagine being a juror on that case. Imagine the pressure and the fear. It would take enormous moral courage for any juror to ignore the threats and follow the evidence to its logical conclusion, so much courage that at times we doubted it was even possible in a country as politicized as ours is.”

“But, as we learned today, it is still possible, thank God.”

“Propaganda doesn’t always win. Today it was soundly defeated, thank God.”

“Technically, as a legal matter, this case is over. Kyle Rittenhouse has been proclaimed innocent in a court of law, he’s free to resume his life. But for the authoritarians among us, this is a disaster.”

“They can’t let it go. Why? Because they understand the Rittenhouse case is a referendum on the most basic right of all, the ancient right of self-defense. If Kyle Rittenhouse can save his own life from the mob, then you can, too.”

“They are trying, and they have from the very beginning, to make this case into a racial divide, to further divide the country. Kamala Harris today said that the outcome of this case was proof that our judicial system is not ‘equitable,’ whatever that means.”

“The attorney general of the state of New York said it needs to be completely torn down and rebuilt, our justice system that we’ve had for 250 years … the idea that you are tried on the basis of the facts, not on the basis of what you look like.”

“What are they doing when they tell lies like this? Lies that you can check very easily or if you have a memory that extends into last year you recall very well? Well, they’re inciting people, of course. They’re trying to whip people into a frenzy on the basis of claims that are totally, provably untrue.”

“Joe Biden also weighed in on this, and he gave two versions of his views on it. First, he said ‘we’re going to respect the jury’s verdict,’ and then of course when his advisors took over and wrote a new press statement, he told us how upset he was by the verdict, and that’s what aired on MSNBC all day.”

“The rest of us should not allow them to get away with racializing this, allowing them to get away with attacking people on the basis of their skin color, that is always wrong.”

“No one should do that, because it divides the country and is immoral. But, somehow, through the crazy logic that governs their positions and their deeds, they wind up defending child rapists and domestic abusers, elevating them to some sort of hero status.”

“None of that made any difference to the jury, and if you’re totally absorbed in American media, you get the impression that American media are in charge of our country. And it turns out they’re not.”

“Most people don’t watch that crap. They don’t care what people like that say.”

“There are a lot of rational, decent, thoughtful people on all sides of all races in this country who are still willing to think clearly about what is right, what is wrong, what is factual, what is false, what is just, and what is not, and today they did.”

“How long can you attack an entire race of people before you really screw up the country for good? There are going to be all kinds of consequences that none of us want to live with if people keep talking like that.”

“The media misled not only the American public, but the entire world.”

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Tucker Carlson

The Buffalo shooting: Biden mindlessly blames his political enemies

Joe is a divisive partisan bureaucrat bent on destroying America.

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Tucker looks at the democrat party’s reaction the the shooting in Buffalo last Saturday, and how their immigration policies may eventually backfire. Highlight’s include:

“On Saturday, Peyton Gendron, as you know, finally did what he said he would do. He committed mass murder, he opened fire on a crowd of strangers in a Buffalo supermarket. He killed ten of them.”

“So, how did the adults around him let this happen? In a country with functioning leadership, we would be asking that question. The signs of mental illness were certainly there. The people in charge missed those signs, or didn’t take them seriously enough, weren’t paying close enough attention.”

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“In any case, they didn’t fix it, they let a killer slip through. So, what did they do wrong with Peyton Gendron, and how can we learn from it?”

“But that’s not at all what our leaders are asking tonight, hardly. Instead, they’re asking the only question that ever occurs to them: How exactly can I benefit from this? How can I leverage this tragedy to my advantage? How can other people’s suffering make me more powerful? It didn’t take Joe Biden to find a way.”

“January 6th and the Buffalo massacre. So, how is a political protest at the capitol related to a murder spree by a demented teenager in New York state over the weekend. What do those two events have in common, and who exactly are these unnamed ‘heads of state’ who are connecting this unconnected events in conversations with Joe Biden?”

“You may have wondered that, but don’t ask, because it’s not meant to be asked. It is instead a dream sequence, it’s a rhetorical device meant to connect everything that might challenge Joe Biden and bunch all of these things together in the same repulsive moral category.”

“The relentless exploitation of the internet to recruit and mobilize terrorism, okay. But can anyone show, has anyone ever shown that this specific case, Peyton Gendron, was ‘recruited and mobilized by the internet’?”

“Well, no, in fact. By his own account, he was mentally ill, he snapped. He’d been planning this for a long time, he did what his diseased brain commanded him to do. The internet did not make him do it, he did it himself. But even if Gendron had been ‘radicalized’ by what he’d read on the internet, what then, exactly? Many have been radicalized by what they’ve read.”

“Should we ban all books, all internet sites that ‘radicalize’ people? What exactly is Joe Biden saying here? Well, he’s saying that thanks to what happened in Buffalo over the weekend, you no longer have any any rights at all, including the most basic, which is to read what you want. After nullifying the First Amendment, Joe Biden moved to the Second Amendment.”

“So, because a mentally ill 18-year-old used a specific rifle to commit these crimes, you can’t have that rifle. Now, Joe Biden’s bodyguards can have that rifle, so can Nancy Pelosi’s, and of course they do. In fact, you pay for it all, But, they’re important, and you’re not, so you can’t.”

“So, because the people in charge failed to protect shoppers in Buffalo, you’re not allowed to defend your family, despite the fact you may believe your family is every bit as important as Joe Biden and his family or Nancy Pelosi and her family. But they’re not as important, so we’re going to defund the police and disarm you. That’s how it works now, sorry. And then Joe Biden got to the main point of his speech, which is that people who criticize his immigration policies are responsible for the violence you saw in Buffalo.”

“So, you lock the country down, lock kids out of their schools for two years, force them to get ‘educated’ on the internet, but it’s someone else’s fault that they’re ‘alienated.'”

“They’ve been hearing about the ‘great replacement theory.’ You’ve heard a lot about the ‘great replacement theory’ recently, it’s everywhere in the last two days, and we’re still not sure exactly what it is. Here’s what we do know for a fact. There’s a strong political component to the democratic party’s immigration policy. We’re not guessing this, we know this, and we know it because they have said so. They’ve written books on it. They say it out loud, ‘we’re doing this because it helps us to win elections.'”

“It’s something they’ve gloated about again and again and again and we think that’s wrong.”

“Maybe the funniest part is, they might not be right. The democratic party has decided that, rather than convince you, people who were born here, that their policies are helping you and making the country better and stronger, they will change the electorate.”

“But the funniest part is, they may be wrong, actually. Judging by recent polling, it turns out your average Salvadoran landscaper’s politics are a lot closer to Donald Trump’s than they are to Joe Biden’s and Nancy Pelosi’s.”

“But that’s not even the point.”

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All race politics is poison

Within minutes of Saturday’s shooting, before all of the bodies of those ten murdered Americans had even been identified by their loved ones, professional democrats had begun a coordinated campaign to blame those murders on their political opponents.

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Tucker looks at the root cause and reaction to the mass shootings last Saturday. Race politics, spurned on by our government, in their clamoring for more power.

“Over just two days, at least 104 Americans were shot to death in major American cities, that’s a lot. How many? Well, for perspective, on the single deadliest day of the Iraq war, that would be January of 2005, a total of 37 Americans died.”

“So, what’s happening in our cities right now looks a lot like a war, even if we rarely acknowledge it. Dallas, Milwaukee, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, many other metro areas recorded murders over the weekend, that’s typical now. In St. Louis, 13 people were shot, 5 of them fatally. In Chicago, 33 were gunned down, 5 of those died. In Laguna Woods, California, a Chinese immigrant from Las Vegas walked into a Presbyterian church and shot 6 elderly Taiwanese parishioners. Police say he was motivated by some kind of political and ethnic hatred.”

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“And, of course, most famously of all, on Saturday afternoon a teenager in a mock military uniform walked into a grocery store in Buffalo and shot more than a dozen strangers with a rifle. What you probably haven’t seen are details about any of the ten Americans who were murdered in that store in Buffalo.”

“On Saturday, after he made good on his threat to open fire into a crowd, Gendron left an 180-page letter that he said would explain his motives. You’ve probably heard this document described as a racist manifesto, but that’s not quite right. It’s definitely racist, bitterly so. Gendron reduces people to their skin color, that’s the essence of racism and it’s immoral.”

“But what he wrote does not add up to a manifesto. It is not a blueprint for a new extremist political movement, much less the potential inspiration for a racist revolution. Anyone who claims that it is is lying, or hasn’t read it. Instead, Gendron’s letter is a rambling pastiche of slogans and internet ‘memes,’ some of which contradict each other. It’s not really political at all. The document is crazy. It’s the product of a diseased, in-organized mind.”

“The truth about Peyton Gendron does tell you a lot about the ruthlessness and dishonesty of our political leadership. Within minutes of Saturday’s shooting, before all of the bodies of those ten murdered Americans had even been identified by their loved ones, professional democrats had begun a coordinated campaign to blame those murders on their political opponents. ‘They did it!’ they said immediately. Patron Gendron was the heir to Donald Trump, they told us. Trumpism committed mass murder in Buffalo, and for that reason, it followed ‘logically,’ we must suspend the First Amendment.”

“What is hate speech? Well, it’s speech that our leaders hate.”

“So, because a mentally ill teenager murdered strangers, you cannot be allowed to express your political views out loud. That’s what they’re telling you, that’s what they’ve wanted to tell you for a long time, but Saturday’s massacre gives them a pretext to justification.”

“You have to ask yourself, who behaves like that? What sort of person uses mass murder as an excuse to give a campaign speech or seize more political power? We’ll find out tomorrow when Joe Biden travels to the scene of this atrocity in Buffalo to speak to the country.”

“People who disagree with Joe Biden, according to Joe Biden, are now a, quote, ‘existential threat’ to the nation, like Al Qaeda or climate change, a threat that, by definition, is so profound, we must declare war upon it if we’re to survive. Now, keep in mind, this ‘threat’ that Biden is referring to is you. He’s talking about his fellow Americans. No president has ever spoken like this, ever.”

“Joe Biden does it regularly, and he’s certain to do it again tomorrow. But, most painful and destructive of all, Biden is likely to use racial wounds in order to make his point. There is no behavior worse than this. All race politics is bad, no matter what flavor those politics happen to be. No race politics is better than any other, all of it is poison. Race politics subsumes the individual into the group. It erases people, it dehumanizes them.”

“Race politics elevates appearance over initiative and decency and all the other God-given qualities that make every person of every color unique yet morally equal to every other. person. And above all, race politics always makes us hate each other, and always in a very predictable way.”

“Race politics is a sin, race politics always leads to violence and death. They learned that lesson in Rwanda in 1994. Identity politics ended in genocide in Rwanda that killed 800,000 people.”

“In response to those horrors, the Rwandans did something that we might learn from, they moved in the opposite direction from the one that Joe Biden is currently taking the United States. ‘Ethnicity has already been stripped out of school books and rubbed off government identity cards,’ reported the New York Times. ‘Government documents no longer mention Hutu or Tutsi, and the country’s newspapers and radio stations steer clear of the labels as well. Most dramatic is how Rwanda’s eight million people now shun the identifications that seemed to loom so large 10 years ago as Hutu extremists began their mass killings.'”

“They have de-emphasized race in Rwanda, intentionally and systematically. Rwandan citizens are citizens first, members of racial or travel groups second or not at all. Result? There have been no more genocides in Rwanda, and that could easily be the path forward for this country, too.”

“The American way of life is meritocracy. Judge me by what I do, not by how I look. By the content of my character, not the color of my skin. We have a monument on the mall to this, and yet suddenly every voice in power is leading us in the opposite direction. And what’s the terminus of that journey? It’s destruction. Everybody knows this. Only our leaders stand in the way of fixing a problem that is growing worse by the day.”

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